2 edition of Archaeological assessment of site 24YE344, Yellowstone National Park found in the catalog.
Archaeological assessment of site 24YE344, Yellowstone National Park
Mack W. Shortt
by Museum of the Rockies, Montana State University-Bozeman in Bozeman, MT
Written in English
|Statement||authored by Mack W. Shortt ; edited by Leslie B. Davis.|
|Contributions||United States. National Park Service. Rocky Mountain Regional Office.|
|LC Classifications||E78.M9 S56 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||99183731|
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Archaeological Assessment of Site 24Ye, Yellowstone National Park. Mark W. Shortt. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections National Archeological Database (NADB).
Archaeological Salvage Excavations at a Prehistoric Indian Campsite (24Ye) in Yellowstone National Park (24Ye) in Yellowstone National Park. Larry A. Lahren. (tDAR id: ) book Language English Location USDI, NPS, Midwest Archeological Center, Lincoln, NE. Archaeological Survey for the Snake Headwaters Project: – Survey and Evaluation Report.
University of Montana, Missoula. Sanders., P. Prehistoric land-use patterns within the Yellowstone Lake basin and Hayden Valley region, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. In Yellowstone. If site density over the whole park is similar to the currently surveyed portion, the park potentially conta archaeological sites.
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About the Author Dan Eakin retired as a Senior Archaeologist after 38 years with the Archaeological Survey Division of the Office of the Wyoming State Archaeologist. He has spent much of the last decade conducting archeological investigations along the Wyoming segment of the Nez Perce (Nee-me-poo) National Historic Trail and painstakingly reviewing Yellowstone National Park book dissecting historical accounts of.
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To date, Osprey Beach is the oldest archaeological site in the park. This site, located on Yellowstone Lake’s West Thumb, contains a record of prehistoric occupation that is unparalleled in southern Yellowstone.
The Northern Range is the hub of wildlife in Yellowstone National Park. Occupying just 10 percent of the park, it is winter range for the biggest elk herd in Yellowstone and is arguably the most carnivore-rich area in North America.
Early management of predators caused dynamic changes to the ecosystem. Yellowstone’s first rangers, which included veterans of Army service in the park, became responsible for Yellowstone in The park’s first superintendent under the new National Park Service was Horace M.
Albright, who served simultaneously as assistant to Stephen T. Mather, Director of the National Park. Which Entrance to Yellowstone National Park Should I Take. There are five Yellowstone park entrances in three states, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana, allowing easy access to this vast park.
Weather and Seasons. Winter in Yellowstone National Park. Vacation in a winter wonderland with snowy views of steaming geysers. Tips on what to wear, what to. Yellowstone National Park issues and manages between and research permits annually—one of the highest volumes in the National Park Service.
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Get this from a library. Before Yellowstone: Native American archaeology in the national park. [Douglas H MacDonald] -- In Before Yellowstone, Douglas MacDonald tells the story of these early people as revealed by archaeological research into nearly 2, sites - many of which he helped survey and excavate.
Cite this Record. Post-Fire Assessment of Historic Sites, Yellowstone National Park, James E. Ayres. (tDAR id: ).
Working with archaeologists from the park, UM's Professor Doug Macdonald leads the effort to understand the Native American history and prehistory of Yellowstone. Much of this research is now available in the book, Before Yellowstone: Native American Archaeology in the National Park, published in Februrary by University of Washington Press.
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Site 24YE is an open campsite with evidence of three occupations. Samples from Site 24YE represent Late Prehistoric fire-cracked rock hearths/roasting pits. Pollen and macrofloral analyses are used to provide information concerning plant resources utilized by the occupants of these sites.
The Yellowstone National Park bird program monitors a small portion of its breeding bird species to gather information on reproduction, abundance, and habitat use. Data are collected on multiple species from a wide variety of taxonomic groups and have been maintained for 25 or more years for several species.
Long-term monitoring efforts help. Yellowstone National Park, the oldest, one of the largest, and probably the best-known national park in the United is situated principally in northwestern Wyoming and partly in southern Montana and eastern Idaho and includes the greatest concentration of hydrothermal features in the world.
The park was established by the U.S. Congress on March 1,as the country’s first. The trip E.H. Harriman, president of the Union Pacific Railroad, and Frank J. Haynes, president of Monida & Yellowstone Stage Line, made to Yellowstone National Park inled to the existence of the town of West Yellowstone.
In OctoberYellowstone National Park was appointed as an International Biosphere Reserve. Then, Yellowstone was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in September Bya quarter was actually minted in the park’s honor by the America the Beautiful Quarters Program.